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Even though it can be easy and fun to talk to friends online, it can also be dangerous as you can never trust who it is you are talking to.
We all know it’s not healthy to spend a lot of time on social media sites but it can be addictive. With social media increasing, there is also a pressure for people to have lots of ‘friends’. Having lots of ‘friends’ online can cause lots of issues, here’s why:
Online friendships are made by clicking a button rather than talking to people and sharing experiences. Be Careful who you’re online friends may be.
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